Cape Cod Information


Cape Cod, a peninsula in the U.S. state of Massachusetts, is a popular destination. It's the site of quaint villages, seafood shacks, lighthouses, ponds and bay and ocean beaches.

Cape Cod’s world famous beaches are perfect for long walks, finding seashells, swimming, snorkeling and surfing. Many beaches are equipped with rest rooms and snack bars/mobile canteens. So pack your sunscreen, towel, lounge chair, books, and toys for the kids, and get ready for a fun-filled, relaxing day at the beach!


Beach stickers can be obtained at the Community Youth Center, 141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis

Monday-Saturday, 9am-4-pm, Sunday 9am-noon.  (508) 790-6345


Ferries, Fishing and Boating Tours

Why not hit the high seas during your stay? Learn about Cape Cod's rich nautical history, view our amazing wild life or get the perfect photograph of the Kennedy Compound. Here are a few Ferries, Fishing and Boating Tours:




Art, Entertainment, Museums

The Hyannis area is known for its beaches and scenery, but it is also a place for families to enjoy music, art, theater and an array of entertainment venues and world-class museums. Here is a listing of local art and entertainment organizations and museums:


Family Care Options

Participants who may require family-care facilities can indicate so during registration. This information will be used to assist participants in accessing arrangements for childcare, family care, or other accommodations as needed. Local family-care facility options will be made available through the hotel. Links to family-care options are listed below and will be sent via email to all participants along with information regarding preparation for meeting attendance.


A preliminary list of family care options, is provided below. These vendors are bonded, licensed, insured (to the extent required under local legislation) and available to provide care services.